Robin Springer is an accomplished Portland real estate broker who brings a strategic yet personable approach to home buying and selling. After spending almost eleven years as an attorney specializing in litigation, Robin brings her experiences as an attorney to assist her real estate clients. Her ability to comprehensively explain the real estate process and strongly negotiate for her clients instills a level of professionalism into each real estate transaction.
For the past seven years, Robin has worked with many former colleagues and other professionals to help them fulfill their real estate goals. As an experienced real estate broker, Robin understands that buying or selling a property is one of the biggest decisions in a client’s life. She welcomes the opportunity to connect her clients to their next community. Robin continually strives to further educate herself about market trends so she can provide the most up to date advice to her clients.
She enjoys the creative and artistic side of real estate as well. From helping clients visualize future improvements to preparing clients’ homes for listing on the market, Robin is a valuable source of information and referrals. Her specialty is assisting clients in the close-in Portland-Metro area, including Lake Oswego, West Linn and Happy Valley. As a Southeast Portland resident for the past 20 years, she enjoys exploring Portland’s latest restaurants, walking her Goldendoodle, Mason, practicing yoga and spending time with her husband, Rich, and her two teenaged daughters.
Although originally from the Midwest, Portland quickly became Tracy’s forever home over 20 years ago. Tracy’s interest in conservation drew her out west, where she built a life around the outdoors and developed an affinity to great food. After attending law school at Lewis & Clark, Tracy served as a litigator and then as a professional advisor to lawyers, where she cultivated her communication and negotiation skills. She found great joy in facilitating and guiding her clients’ transitions, and discovered a similar joy in working with clients in the buying and selling of homes. The opportunity to work as part of a team with Robin was an added bonus.
Outside of work, Tracy dedicates time to her community as a mentor for incoming law students at Lewis & Clark. She also serves on the advisory board for the Public Interest Law Project as well as the board for Kid’s Community Learning Center in Portland.
Tracy takes time each week to run through the tree-lined neighborhoods of Portland and continues to discover hidden gems all over the city. She enjoys cut flowers and veggies from her backyard garden, where she tries to spend as much time as possible with her daughter, animals and husband, Michael.